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[Offline] Anyone with Process Sheets

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by len2503, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. len2503

    len2503 Junior Member

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    I'm trying to get some instruction sheets/process sheets for
    my outsourcers and also to train my client

    The usual How To's - step-by-step

    Any ideas please??


    Thanks
    Len2503
     
  2. ``Yousef

    ``Yousef Power Member

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    Just find some basic resources for whatever the particular service your offering is, and rewrite/rebrand.
     
  3. A_Tjuh

    A_Tjuh Regular Member

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    If you want to be going on with your daily business, just write it yourself and don't wait for it to be presented :). What do you need it for. Maybe in the download section in one of the WSO's?
     
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    Dreamz Newbie

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    Main Street Marketing Machine had a bunch of process sheets. I can only find a partial download of the program but it looked pretty good.
     
  5. Derek Foreal

    Derek Foreal Junior Member

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    LMFAO hahahahaha


    I agree there should be no reason why you shouldn't be able to write something up real quick yourself for your outsourcers etc.

    Get yourself a copy of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11, you can knock it out in 20 min. and exactly 100% the way you want them to do it not from some WSO or other product that might be only semi-related to what you're trying to teach them.

    Good luck man
     
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